President Trump says his request for Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden was driven by his concerns about corruption. "This is not about politics, this is about corruption," Trump said last week. "If you look and you read our Constitution and many other things, I have an obligation to look at corruption." But anti-corruption advocates say his administration's record of fighting corruption is weak and not in line with Trump's rhetoric. "That just doesn't comport with anything that's gone before in his administration," said Alexandra Wrage, president of TRACE, an anti-bribery business association. "To claim that this is springing from some heartfelt concern about international corruption just doesn't hold water." One of Trump's very...
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Trump Says He's Concerned About Corruption, But Advocates Say His Record Is Weak